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    However expressive, symbols can never be the things they stand for.

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    From the records of religion and the surviving monuments of poetry and the plastic arts...

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  • Heaven and Hell

    Kangaroos and wallabies may lack verismilitude; but their improbability repeats itself ...

  • Appendix III

    The aim of the classical artist, in whatever period he may happen to live, is to impart...

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